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Purchase artwork direct from over 70 Indigenous-owned Art Centres

DAAF 2021 is Now Closed

Thank you for supporting the 2021 online Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair and all the incredible participating Art Centres!


We will be back next year from the 5-7 August 2022!

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For those who have bought at DAAF 2021, congratulations! We hope you enjoy your artwork! Art Centres are already carefully packing and freighting your precious packages – so if you have an enquiry about your purchase, please contact the Art Centre directly.

Please contact DAAF if you are unsure where to find these contact details, or if you have any other queries about the Fair.

2021 DAAF2021 Online Participants

What Was On at the 2021 Fair

Digital Public Program

Fri day 6 August – Wed nesday 11 August


The vibrant Public Program runs alongside the Fair each year, with artist talks, masterclasses, material demonstrations, children’s activities, dance and cultural performances, and more!

Country to Couture

Evening, Wednesday 4 August

Darwin Convention Centre

First Nations textiles and fashion collide in a colourful showcase of wearable art at the Country to Couture runway event. A celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander textiles and fashion design,  contemporary storytelling, and unique collaborations….

National Indigenous Fashion Awards 

Evening, Tuesday 3 August

NITV Facebook Broadcast

Launched in 2020, The NIFA provide a vibrant and exciting platform to recognise and celebrate the innovation, diversity and ethical practices of Australia’s First Nations peoples in fashion and textiles…

Cultural Keepers Program & Symposium

Program Runs Throughout the Fair

The Cultural Keepers: DAAFF Indigenous Curators Program and Symposium creates a national meeting place – an annual platform to connect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander curators with remote community artists, Arts Workers, and their Art Centres. 

Kira Kiro Arts booth at the 2018 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair. Photo by Dylan Buckee

Over 70 Art Centres across Australia participated in DAAF in 2021!

The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation would like to acknowledge the incredible staff and artists of participating Art Centres. Without their dedication, vision, hard work and willingness to share their art and culture, DAAF could not happen. You can support these Art Centres throughout the year by clicking on the links below.


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